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after scarching the body for the keys, they rollcd
ii up in iue utu uiumes auu puiceu iu uie ueu. ;
They securtd the door and w
cnt tu work on
the vault to open it,
Whilst at this work, Mr.
Wtaver came to ihe door and knocked, and tall-
edto Jesse, (Mr.Eaker) lo let hira in. Some dis-
pute ensuedbctwein.Brown and Madison, wbich
s-hould kiU Weaver; and ii was insistcd that Mad-
ison shculd. as hc had killed Baker. but lie refu-
sed, saj ing tliat he had done his sliare aiid would
do no more. Brown onened the door and placed
himself behind it, and as "Weaver passed into the
rnom.slruck him ovet theheid wiih a barofiron
on the second blow he fell, and aitemptin? to
rise Brown thrust a sharp iron bar turougli his
fcead. Ennis in his statement, docs not confirm
the report of the firinsr ol the pisiols. but says,
that having liear.l tliat Weaver was sliot, lie ask
ed Madison about it, and he lo'.tl him tliat no pis
tol had bcen fired and that they had no wcapons
but ihe bar of iron mcnt oned. From the state
ment it would seem that all of thcm had bcalcn
After some further cfibrt at ihe vault, findjng
tlicy cnuld nntgct into ii .Madison !eft; Warrick,
Scwell and Brown icmained a ihort lime, tlien
fircd the hnuss iu fire diflerenl places, caine out,
locked the door and went up the allcy nnithfrom
the house and threw the key away. BrowD took
vitb him a gold watch and a blue clnth cloak,
which he said he had thrown awav for fenrof de
tcclion, t'Ut did not say wherc.
It seems from the statcmcnts, that Ennis, on
the mornins: following, wasir. company with all
of them and many of the faets hc got from others
besides Madi'oa. Warrick and Sewell said
but little abont it. Madison had with him or.
the morning following, the bar of iron with
which the deed was execuled, and Ennis havinff
leamed the office it had pcrformcd, took it and
threw it intoa privy iu the rear of Leah's house.
The vault was sej'rched yesterday and the bar
found. We undrtand it proves to bean instru
ment uscil iu oneninir drv aoods boxes, a chNel
on one cnd and claws on the other, one of the
claws partly broken, agrccing lully wttli Lnms's
There are many other minor statcmcnts, but
the above is the substance. The cominuuica
tion ot Madison appears to have bcen made wiih
out solicitation, anif without anv injunction of
J.eah and her hubnnd confi.m Enni.i's statc
nients as to the lime he came home. und thbtme
Madison came in. They heard 'he cuiiversalon
hut not sufRciently distiiict to undcrstand it. It
mav be well, however, to rem.trk, as :i turlhcr
coii'firination of Eunis's siatemenis, that yester
day.Madison's coat was found in the loflof hcah's
house besmeurcJ wt!i blood. Fioui all tliat we
can ;ath r, it d.ies not appcar that ll.e sclirme
had bcen lung conc.octcd, or that they had very
wcll matjred iheii pl.ui of operntions.
Monc Fonci-niES. The Nushvil'c Whig or
the 30ih ult. says: There were ruinor.s in tuwu
yesleidav of forerics to thu atnount of six or
i-evet: lh"USnu Uoliars m uie uuies uutuuuicu ui
the principlc bank of Teniiesscc. The spunous
notes were tnanufuctuied i.i thc ndjoining cou
ties ot Wilsonaml Kuiherford, and sent in inr
discount last I'all, with ihe forged recommcnda
tion, in pencil, of the coumy dircctors who it is
knoivn by the part es enjiagod in the villaiuy,
wt.uld not be inatlcndance atllie board to delccl,
the fraud. Ot:.er particuhiw we do not ftcl a:
liberl v to go into, unlil the fact can be ll.oroush
ly iilted by the olliceis of the bank.
GTSotne of the Souili Carolira politiciaii
threalen that the state wdl arm and nullify if
C'uncrcss establisli a tmtional bank. The nnnex-
d noticc of liiis p occcd.ni, which we find in the
I.ynchburg Vi.gmian. is as liandsomely in pom:
any thing we have ieeiifor a long linu-:
South Carolina armed once bifore bay.ncts
brisilinz iu her arscnaK 'Mike qnills upon the
Jretlul porcupinc;" Lut if they cvcr drcw any
blood, it flowed from the acratchcd ikius ol ihe
raw recruils who wielded them. W'c shouhl like
to know. itowercr, bv .vlrat iurans the proccis of
ijullifica'tii.n vould reach a national bank.should
one be charteied.jrailicularly ifno hranch of that
ili3tiHit;oti should be ist.iblished iuSmith Cproli
na? i$'..: niay sumtnon her state convention; n
enact hsi pompous and high-soundinu ordin.mcc;
marshal Jnr Mjuadrons, and plant cannoti upon
hrr I'rontiers: but'hovvwdl hersharp word?, or
sharp swor.is, rcach the bank? Teil us that, ijlas-u-rMercuiy?
Your cnrdon sauiliie may, it ia
truc, keep the monsti r oul of your own bjrdersj
hut it if tiardly probable that he will venture to
phint one of his paws in your soil even ynhout
tliis .arade and pomp ot war. But eheu jam sa
iis! Enough ol a thing is enough; and we have
nlready had too much of tlii-1 Iiullilicutiun is "a
!ead dog," and it is hardly wortli wh le now to
give it a kick. Even its fathtr is beyond tlu
liope of a rcsurreciion.
Fiom tl;e Hich i cnd Cotnpiltr.
A Sou.vn Votcn is Virci.nm. It is ura.ifying
to see Ihe gnal changc wlnch I as taken place,
und is taking place, iu public opinion, with te
ganl to a national bank. Men who have hcreto
foreopposeJ it, sickwith iheru.uous cxpi'riments
we have submitud to for t-o many ycats. are ready
tosunnort it now, anxiou to sce asain the har-
tnony and prosperity in thc commeicial andmnn-
V WOrlU WU1CU c uua- uuul-i u
lional banK.anu ivnicli mey now cieany see can,
in no wzv. besecured but bv I
of such an mstitution. The aiumenu which
its original advocates adduced to prove it consti
tutional are now approved by men who never
before admitted their force, aud from Maine to
Georgia new converts are daily dcclaring that
they believea National bank esseatial to carry
cut the powers delegated uuder the conslitution.
We feel satisfied that this revolution in popular
sentimenl a revolution which is the inevitablc
conse uence of the events o!'a few years past
will ensure in a lew monlhs the incorporation
of a National Bank, and that a calm will follow
things once moreflow in their nalural channel
and our pountry resume the quiet and even '
tenor of its prospcniy.
Marus Morton is the candidate for the Loco
Foco party forGovernor of Massachusetts. He
is truly a persevrring and a patient penlleman.
He has run sixteen years in succcssior; has been
bcatcn filieen timcs; has been once elected, bv a
majority of one and is agaii n candidate. The
fact i, Mr. Mor'on is th only Loco Foco in
Massachusetts who could corne within 20 000
vctesof being elected. eis withal, anaboliiion
ist, and is thus doubly acceptable to the Van
Buren ary in that staie. He slipped in once
by the aid ofthe fil'teen gallun law; but his poht-
ical horizon was completely obscured tt-theend
of one year, and will neycr agaia emerge into
New Orleans Bee.
DicLosnnES at Hand. The Secretary ofthe
Treasury hasap'poii.ted the Hon. Geo. Poindex
ter late U.S. Senator of Miss., Alfrfd Kelley,
Esq. of Ohio,and Hon. David Russell. late M.
C IVrtm TM(ii,r Vrt.L- Pnmmlecinnpn trt TirOCPPll
to New York and ini'esiigate the managemeut of j
. I . 1 1 T Tl .
iue uouse unuer jesse uuyi, wno tsjjc-
cial refere,nce lo the fraudulcot passing of goods
afldthe stealing of goods from the public siores.
T H E 1 I
The 'rats that eat the uialt' will now be exposed
iu uie irazeoi an inuignam puoiic.
Correspondence of the Couritr and Ennuiter.
, Baltimore, Tuesday, 9 A. M.
Baltimore City. "VVe have niaintaincd our
ground here. The angrcgaie vote of caiididaie3
This plaees Kennedy 53 votes and Randall
23 votcs behind Murray. and Anne Arundell
county and Annapolis to be heard from. It is
conceded that the'e will give the VVhig candtd
ates one hundred majrity, thus electing both
candidales being a gatn ol two members on the
last Congre??. '
There is a report that we have a majority of
fifty inAnnapolis.but this is probab'y conjecture.
I h'ave no doubt, myself, that the W'hig candid
ates aie both elected. The first tirne since thc
begiuniujx of Jacksnnism, that we everhad two
Whig members of Congre?s from this district.
Sixth Districl. We have returns from three
Dtstricts in Frederick county, which give in
creased Loco Foco Majori'ies ovcr thePresiden
tial clection. The district was very closc to the
I'residential clection, and the result now doubt
f.l. Third Districl. Jas. W. Williams, L. F.
elected ovcr Orrick, also L. F.
Martjland. W'c have Ihe following in nddi
tion to wl.at we received by day boat yesterday.
The delegation to the next Congress will proba
bly be six Vhigs and two Loco Focos a gain
ol three wliigs. We have little or no doubt of
the eh ction of Messrs. Kennedy and llandall
in the Baltimore district. The Whig maj.irily
in Annapolis city is said to be bctwccn 50 and
C0, and Anne Arundel county for thc last four
years has sivena Whig majority.
Inlhe2ud District, James A. Pierce, and in
the7th Augustus R. Sollcrs, aie elected to Con
gress without opposition. Both Whigs, the fur
mera Whig gain. In the 3d, James W. Wil
liams, V. B. is eleced ovcr J. C. Orrick. irrcgu
lar, of the same pnlilias.
There was no whi Candidatc in this district.
A whig will be elected in the 1st di.-tnct, anilan
other in ihe 5th, there being n- V. B.candidates.
TtN-NESsrfE CoscniissioxAi. ei-ectios. In
thc first district of iliis State Thamas 1). Arnold
( Whig) is elected, without oppositioii.
In Uic sccuml dislrict, Alnuliaiii McClellan (Oppo
sition) is le-elccted by a iiidjoily of about -100 vctes.
His miorjity at hia last clection was 2.000 votcs;
atul the Van liuren majority iu Ihe snnc distiictat
thu late Prcsidentiiil eleclion was GOO votes.
In Ihe third district JosrphL, Wiliiaius (IVliig; is
rc-ckctcd, without opposition.
Iu the sveulh district. (latclj- rcpie;entcd by
Jlr, llcll.; Kobert L, Carutbcrs (Whij) is choscn
by a larj;e majority over lus oipuncnt.
We have no retuins from any other diatricts in the
State tlnn the above:
Froni 1'ie Richmond Hhig of Tuesday.'
Noiitii Cahoi-ina The Star of yesterday
gires the' sulijoined in fornialion fiom the Noith Car
ol:t.a clucticiu. If Shcc rd is elected in thc Casivell
and U'abhington in the Kewbi-rn Di'slrcl, thc whij;
i;ain will b at lcast 3 as there is nudouht of Mr.
Kenchoi's ehction in the Kuwan District. We ftand
a chance fortwoothers and run the ri!"k asaUlhe
Whig Uistrictsare safe. beyond peradventure.
Noutii Cat.pi.is'a Ei-ncTioNS,
Thc following fiom North Carolina, we obtaincd
liy an inti'lligent and wrll-infornied passcngcrin thc
cars yesterday. Tno Dtstricts are not down. The
account niay be cousidcred, we tl.ink, as authentic.
In Northampton and Halifax, V. XV. Cherry,
Whig, received over 140 majorily. Martin and Be'r
lie to be heatd from. This is the distiict lormeily
reprcsentcd by Bynuin. Danicl, thc Loco candi
Hale. hnwevcr, is suppojed to be elected, as the
Locos promi.'ed to fire three guns in case ofhis suc
cess. and the passcugcrs hcaid the guns after they
left. It is pofsiblc, liowcver.that ihe other party niay
have fircd them.
In the Wakc District, Gcn. Saundcrs, Loco, itis
supposeu, has beat his opponent &railh.
Iu ll.o Ilawkins District, thiec Locos are running,
Ilawkins and Arrington, running close liusscll,
Mecklenburg: Diitrict is doubtful Rarringcr and
Iluncombc District a close volo Letwcen Grahatn
Gen. JcCoy, L. F., waiksovcr the coise in the
Ucttiuiie, Whis;, I" the Fayctteiillc Distiict has it
his on way. No opposition.
In tbe Neivbcrn District, Washiiigtoii beast Dr.
Wa:on a Whig gain.
Guwcll District Shcperd is elected. U'higgain.
Itaynvr is elected, without doubt in thc Chowan
District, and Stanley in thc Edgicombe District.
A oIodei. Rr.PUDLtc. It appears fiom thu
atinual mcssago oi Govcrnor Lllsworth, that
Connecticut stands in front of ail her sisster
States in all tho csssentials of individual and
pubiic piotperity- Wc ofthe South, who are
M) much in the habit of dcprcciatinu thc c.xccl
lcncics of thc Northcrn character, would profit
sreatlv, if we would makc this nnall, but vig
- , ,:.,! ,mn-,.nllh Ihr.
r :m,i; vvi,;it wo ,i.
votin" our inteilccts to rcnntngs aoout uDstrac
tions, a-id cxhausting our energics and fritter.
ing away our existcnce in profitless squabbles
ovcr things iti thc clouds wc are fulling far in
rea- of our cotemporarics in wealth, in popula
tion, in knowcdge, and in good morals. Con1
necticut presents the bost practical illustrations
of genuine State Rights in developing all her
rcsourscs and improving them lo the highest
pilch of perf;ction in educating all her cili
zens, and, by wise and judicious lcgislation,
multinlvinir their comlorts. JLhis is sucn
gtate liights as we should delight to see sub
stitutcd here, for the mischievous slanff and
barreu abstractions. which are wont to cmun
ate from the Richmond Junlo, and under the
operation of which, Virginia has dwindled,
and fallen away from that greatness to which
by noture she was destined. There "is no
country on the globe ofjtho same cxtcnt, cn
dowed with greater nalural advantages. The
clements of greatness are profusely scaltcrcd
over her, On hcr mountains, her rivers and
her fields, Greatness is written, as with
tho fingcrs of God. But it has all been mar
liedbythe follyofman. Itistimethat Vir
ginians had ceased to be abstractedand ridicu.
lous, and had lcarned to be pratical and uscful.
Mail Contracts. There seems cvcry Tea
son to believe that Mr. Granger has bcen enabled
to make verv large reductions in ihe cost of Mail
Transportation inhis new contracls. The Can
TSt. Lawrence Co. Demncrat states that the
route liom OgdensburgrTto Plattsburg (120 ms.)
has been taken for' the ensuingfour years at 3,
000 per annum has and thai from Ogdensburgh
10 Chateau3U33y Cornersatg 1,500 lcss than the
D DL.E B U R Y
pld contract a clear saving on these two minot
routesof $4,500 perannura, or $13,000 in the
four years ens'uing.
. ARRIYAL OF THE
CALEDO N"I A .
fThc Steamslnp Caledonia, Captain
McKellar, arrived at the Boston wharf at 6 o'.
clock, on Wedncsday morntng, in 14 and ahalf
days lrom Liverpool. whcnco shc satled on tho
4th inst. We p'rescnt below the most interesf
ing intelligcnce contained in our files.
No intelligenco of tho President had Leen
received in Liverpool'on the 4th.
The Acadia arrived at Liverpool on the 2d
inst. in 14 days and twcnty hours. Sho was
dctaincd 4 hours in crossing the bar, going in
to Ljvcrpool. Tho passengcrs published a
card of thanks to Licut. Lott whn went out in
chargo of tho Acadia, owing to the sickness of
A largo meetingof American residcnts was
held in Liverpool on the SOlh ult, in rclation to
thc deatli of l'rcsidcnt Harrison. Francis B.
Ogden of New York, prcsided, and a series of
appropnatc rcsolutions wcrc passod, cxpressmg
the respect of tho mccting for thc mcmory of
thc late l'rcaident.
The Ministry had sustoincd an overwhelm
ng defeaton thc 27th of April, on thc Irish vo
tcrs bill tho votc being 291 to 270.
On thc 30th, Lord John Russell gnvc nolice
that hc should, on thc first ordcrday after thc
Whitsuntide holidays, moa that the house re
sohc itsclf into a committec to tako into con
sidcration tho present systcm of corn-laws.
llo also.statcd that his intention was to propose
a cortain fixed duty on forcign corn, in place of
thc prcscnt graduatcd scnlo.
Surious disturbanccs had broken out in va-
rious parts of Ireland, and the courts wr-rc bu
sily cngiigcd in thctria'.s of thc oircndurs.
I ho 1 ipperary papers contain accounts of
outragos at tSornsoitane, Kilruanc, liourna,
Brcka, Crimlin, Ardcrony, Liscahill, and other
districts of thc county; such as thrcateningj
noticcs, uilimidation, dcstroymg property, as
saults, and incendiarisni; but in that quurlcr
nothing mofc scrious had occurrod. A troop
ofthe Cth carbinccrs arrived at Nciiagh to-duy
to relicve the troops of thc 17th lanreri-, which
had heen for some timc quartcrcd thcrc. j
1 hc provitxial pnpcrs contain accounts of
onn or two proccssions of tectotnllers in Tippc
lary, Kilkenny, nnd Vaterford, and it nppears1
that tho tcmporancc rcforni in Ireland, ii still
Thcrc is no latcr ne ws lrom Cliina. In par
liamcnl Lord Ellcnbororgh had prescntcd a
petition from thc mctchants and tradcrs of
Oombay, complaining of thc intcrruption of
thc Chinese trade, and of nothing satisfactory
having bcen done to rcstorc it. Upon this
Lord Ashburton askcd if government lmd any
information on Capt. Elliott's convcntion.
Viscount Melboure said they had not; tho de1
lay niight be accounted for by thc dcspatchcs
bcin sent by sea and not ovcrland. In reply
to a depuiation of mcrchants, who complaiued
of tho rccent arrangcment, Lord ralmcrston
said, tbat as yct hc was acquainted with only
thc principles agrced to betwcen thc Plcnipo
tcntiaries, nnmeiy, that thc Emperor was to
ccde to thc British Crown a tcrriiorial posscs
sion in China; that an indemnity was to bc
paid to tho British Government; and that the
ollicial intcrcourse betwecn thc two couatrics
was, in future, to be conductcd on tcrms of per
fect equality. As yct hc knew nothing be
yond thc admission oflhcse importnnt princi
ples; and as it was cxprossly statcd that the
details were to be tho iuhjccl of nrgociation, it
neccssarily followed, that it was impossiblc for
his lordship to ccme to any conclustvc opinion
as to tho ficts ofthe British I'lenipotetitiary un-
til in full possession ofthe details ofthe further
ncgociations so alludcd to.
Dcalh of Ihe Hon. Charles Ogle. We
lcarn with tcgrct ihat thc Iion. Charles
Ogle, Mcmber of Congress from thc Bed
fonl Districl, Pa, died at liis residencc in
Sotncrset on tiic 10th inst. of a consumption
which has prcycd upon him for many montlis
past. llts deatli leavcs a vacancy iu thc
Promotiok of Acr.icnLRURE. Thc Legis
lature of this State has cnactcd one good law,
which may be regarded as the commcnccmunt
of a new era in by far the tnost important
branch of domcstic industry While our stat.
uic books contain numbcrless cnactmcnts.appa
rcntly dcsigncd to enablc a fcw scheming mcn
lo grasp by the kinks, crooks, and knots of thc
law, a large sharc of the carnings of thu many,
in cxchango lor tlic more sliadow ot cqutvalcnts
it is really graifying to sce even thc pitlancc
of $S,000 voted by the rcprescntativcs of thc
people to promotc the great and paramount
intcrcsts of honest industry.
It would bo easy to demonstrate to the satis
faction of evcry intclligcnt mind, that the not
profits on the labor and capital employcd in
cultivating the soil, and houschold manufactu
res in this State, might bc doubled iu amount,
by thc aid of addilional and available skill and
knowledge. We now hopc to see thc farmcrs
of New York step forwad as one tnan, and
organize an efficient Agricultural Socicty in
cvdry county in the State.
The little island of Great Britain produces
thrcc hundred millions ofpoundsof wool a
year. or more istates it is ihe duty ot thc
large and wealthy State of New York to set a
noblc cxample to her sisfer States. in the jvay
of fostcring the agricultural interests of the
Utiion. Tho highest success of the husbandman
rcquires a rare combination'of mcchanical or
manual skill, and in cxtcnsivu scientifical ac-
quainlance with tho laws of nature which govorn
tho rc-production, growtn accayana accompo
sition of both vcgetablo and animal malter, as
wcll as a fnmiliar knowledgc of tho laws of
tho chcmical affinity, which efiect the union
and sepcration of mineral and ccriform substan
ccs. It is the light scicnco that has enabled
British husbandry to make such astonishing
advances within tho last quarter of a ccntury.
Wc, too, will soon have our "Agricultural
Schools, which willelevate the scicnco of rural
cconomy, and its practical opcrations, to the
front rank oflearned profejsions. And wc:
P E O P L E'S PRESS.
should have bcen much more gratified had our
Whig Legislature cstablished one such institu
tion in tlie Emplro State, where all the details
of both the artand scienccof agriculture might
be succcssfully studicd and pjacticed by some
hundrcds of pupils, Buff. Con. Adv.
Oneidas. Ono hundred and fifty cliiefs,
ciiildrcn and squaws belonging to this once
formidablo race, are now here, en roule to
Kettle crcek, U. C, where many other of their
brethren are assembled, and whern tliey intend
'to make their last stand." Bvff. Com. Adc.
Gurglaes Arrestkd. On Thursday cvc
ning, constable Clapp arrestcd James Fergu
son and his son William Ferguson, in a ccllar
in Ann slreet, npon a suspicion that they had
bcen cngaged in some ofthe rccent burglarics.
Mr. Clapp found in thc cellar, which is situatcd
a little north of Cross streel, GG worth of
clothing, which was stolen from the. store of
A. R. Thurber, in Blackstone slreet, on Sun-!
day night, April 23rd; also 80 worth of guns,
pistols, knivcs, and other nrticles, which were
stolen from thc store of Joseph Lincoln, Jr.
Union strcct, which was broken open on thu
night of April 29th. Mr. Clapp was assisted
by ofliccrs Tallant, Viallc, Mcnifield, and Ad. ,
They wero brought before the Polico Court
and csamined this morning, ad ordercd to
recognisc in 63.000 each, for their appearanco
at the Muncinal Court. s
Thk tiiird Siiakk. Every one has
laughed at the ridiculous, but as it turned
cut, the fatal blunder of the Iionest paddy
who was sent to the apothecary for a pre
scription for his sick master. For the guid
ance of Patin ndministering the tnedicine, it
was labelled, "Wheti taken to be well slia
ken." A day or two afterwards thc apotbe
carytnot Pat with "Wcll, Iiow is your
master r" "O dear, sir, be's dead." "Dead !
did you follow my directions?" "Yes sir,
exactly ; I gave hitn one dosc and sbook
him once, and he was a great deal worse.
I tlien gavo him a second, together with an
ollier shake, and hc was worso still. At
the third doso I shook him still hardcr, and
he died !"
No Tarijf....ils restilt.i. During tlic past
six years the imports into tlie United Slaies
have cxqneded the cxports near three hun
dred millions of doliars, all oi' which has been
paid to foreign nations in gold and silver.
This undoubtedly arises in a great mcasure
from tlie watr. of a proteclire tariff, and were
articles tliat we could havo nianufactiired at
home, or dispenscd with.
Among the appointments by the Presi
dent we are pleased to announce that of the
Hon. Lcvi Platt, as postmasterin this town,
in place ofli. K. Averill. His appointmcnt
will bo received wtth approhation by our
fello.v citizcns, and will meot with general
satislaction Plullsburgh Whig.
ATr. Hnnrllfr. n intirr- fif flin I'nnnrt nf
Cleveland, Ohio, and formerly President of
the ii,agie uanK at new llaven, has it is
said, in nine years entered judgments in his
docket upon upwards of soventeen thousand
There were slain by sea and land, duriog
the last v:ir between England and Francc,
2,100,000. The cost to England was over
one billion of pounds sterling the greater
part of which is still unpaid in tho national
Tho legislature of N. York havo passed
an act allowing a bounty of fifteen cents on
each pnund of cocoons produced in the state,
fifty cents a pound for reeled silk the act
to continuc in force until thc first day of
The N. York Board of Trade and tho
Chamber of Coinmercc have each passed
with large majotilies resolutions in favor ol
a national bank, and appointed highly re
spcclable committecs to meniorialize Con-
cress for the cstabltshidcnt ofsuch an msti
The presiding judge ofthe Lotiisiana Su-
preme court, and the attorncy-general ol tlie
same state, both servcd an apprenticcship to
the printing business.- Some one observes
that they are at "case-work" still, only at
It is stated in the N. Orleans Picayune of
the ISth ult. that some ofthe tickets to see
"the charmmg Ellsler, sold on the provious
evening as high as iwelvc dollars and a half.
The Centrevillo, Md., Timcs says that a
frce colored man named Pompey Carpenter,
died in the upper part of Carolina county on
the ISth inst. aged I0G years, leaving thir
teen great-great grand children, and eight
great great grand children total MG de-
Savannah papers state that tho Planter's
Bank ofthe Ssate of Georgia, iu that city,
has been robbed ol 37,000, eonsisting of
notes cf the bank of yariotis denominations,
but prtnctpally of notes of fifty and twenty
dollars. It is said ihe money was taken from
A highly respcctable merchant from one
of the British provinces was arrestedin Bos
ton a day or two ago, on suspicicn of being
the individual who perpetrated the late for
geries. On discovery the error he was
On Monday evening of last week an at
tempt was made to burn the Wesleyan Meth
odist church belonging to the colored people
of Warhington city. It was fortunately dis
covered and extinguished.
According to thc latest intelligence from
ti i .'..i ;.. r c,i,, at.
UCIUIiUj UIC li;yjLll'l '11111 ui i, luui-
thew numbers J35 prelates, 7C0 clergymen
and more than a inillion and a half of the
The thirlecn land pirates ofMichigan who
maliciously enlered the farm of Phincas Da
vis, near Pontiac, in Novemher last, and
wantonly butchered five hundred -dollars
worth of live catlle, are now at work in the
state pnson, to wlnch they have been re
nnntln fnntn Z
A Miss Mary Price, aed one hundred 'SlTOn,,d0or'N'0ttl'of1ieCon-rfgatio.T:iiai:iin;ii, j
years and one month, Jaiely died at Phila-! lAVfi J"it reccived from N. York a very
delphia, having lived to that ne in a state of " cIl0ce selectiou of
single blessedncss. I Bonncls, Ribins, Flowcrs, &.c.
Tho Kingston (U. C.) Chronicle states ndapied to tho Spring and Sunimcr Fashioti'
that Sir Allan McNab has not been dismiss-1 Among thcm are some very nice Florenei
cd from his siluationas Qucen's Counsel. j IJraiil and Fine Straw ISonncts; tognthur wit r
i: t. r. r n ' , . the Elevcn Braid. and Palm Lcaf. Their!"--
has oSninpS rorfPaH?raaiJ. .J-'l-ctionorRIRINSischoice nnd flwhionabl, .
has obtn.ned a verd.ct of fifteen hundred dol- Those who wish to purclm.e are invited to cal-.
lars agatnst Joseph ienry, for a breach of as their assortment is selec:, aud will be soW
tnarnape promisc. , Very low.
The Excter (N. II.) News Letter sais1, 1Jonne,t3 ,na',lJ or rcpaired fcccording to th?
that hav is sellin? in thn ioinrmr r n.,i-:
county as high as twenty dollars tho
Itisstated in the National Intelligencer,
uidi soiiiuny appoinimenis oi L-adets Have
been made, by the late adn.inislration, as to
render it certain that nomore will te made
within this year, unless, perhaps, two youth,
agrand-son and anolher rdative ofthe la'e
Domocratic State Convcntion.
Tlie Deniocralie Rrnubliiaii nf tlm Sl.n nf Vmnnt rs.
r.u&Icl to uict't In ihctrierrral towns, anil clioosc fie or more
ddiate to ntu-ml n Statc Conytnllon, lo !m hnld. n al ihe Meili-
atOo'cLick.A. M. 'furtliciiuriiosii.f iiouii'nati'u; a Stalf TkUl'
au, uiwri uuailirt llloi-l prnpcr V.11CU 1DCI. I
nio.W. BAItUKU, I Btale ,
May 17, 181.
Rcv. Mr. Daly. will celcbrntc Mass. in Mid
dlebury, on Sunday tho 30th inst and on
Sunday thc 0th of June ne.tt.
Catholics in the village and vicinily, are rc
spcctfully invited to attend.
Middlebury, 24th May, 1S41.
fJTcmperancc mccting Wed
Monday. May 17, 1811.
HcvorUd Pir tlu.Wm Ensland Farmcr.
At M.irkct 122 Bfi?rCaitlL-. fincludinfr 73 un-
sold last week) 20 Cows and Calvcs, 15 pair of
Workinu Oxen, and CC0 S ine. ' 30 Beef C at-
iie remain unsold.
Pricks. Beef Catlle. We quolc a few extra
S7 75, First quality, 7 25 a 7 20. Second qual
t.V. 7 00 a 7 25 Third quality, G 00 a C 75
We notictd a beautifulyoke of Catlle fed by Mr.
SarKcant of Sprin-:ficld, sold for 300.
Workinx Oxen.Vety lew salcs afficted.
Coxcsand Calvcs. Stlcs, S21.S25. 23, 30,
832, 27, and S 10. '
Sheep.Nonu at Market.
.Stciiif. Lots to peddla Z 1-4 and 5 1-2 for
sows, nnd 0 1-1 and G 1-2 for barrows. At re
tail from 5 lo 7.
May llh, 1841.
Seed3 Ilerds Grass, little in market,
Red Ton. bv the bair.
Clover, nurthern per lb.
Pnoviaio.Ns Beef, Mess,
" No. 1.
Pi ik, lixtra,
Hams, nortliern, IU.
Lard, Boston, u
Butter, Lump, "
" Firk.u, "
1.37 a 1,50
18 a 22
12 a 18 '
Cliecse, old II cts, new 8 cts !" '"y-'ei euiorc- n; loi ni.n sii,k
Prime Saxonv, wasl.td, 50 a 55, Ihe root commcuce with thc I'ateiiue. II- .
Amcrican Full blood, du
'17 a LO
-1 1 a 40
30 a 40
3o a J7
do 3-4 do do
do 1-2 do do
do 1-4 (io & cuinmoii
tu IIufTjlo, N. V., out l.o ISlh liut hj-the Hcv. Dr. eiirlion,
llnralio Seyroour, Jr. Eq. lo KliiaUUl Scliuylcr, ilan;hlrr of
ttie Lite Darant 1 S;aaf.a:l of CuITal.1.
In Crlttol, on Ihe ftl inst-, dlwaril Dnaslitc ngrd 13 ycari. i'.v
pcrsinN. V. antl . II. arcrfquffcftj, iic
proirned, by tbe capizing of a Rlnnp, in JvecpU's llarUir,
)IichM on Eundaj, May 3, Mr. HlUo Vlni!uw, nicrcttaul of Atli-
can. and foimcrly of this iohtti.
In lhU vUIa;e on Ui SOlh int Jlrs. Rachel Wesliliunt, cJ
TIIB Summcr Terniof tnU fnsitmion will cnmmrnrnnn
3Iondav. 31fUnt. J. URADS1IAVV. rsatKPioa.
(T1HE subscriber oflers for sale low forcash, orpart
JL crcdit, a fine pair of HORSES. Also, a pair
or young oxen. AU'HEUS TAYLOR.
Salisbury, May 20th, 1841. 3,3w
AND possejsion jiven immedutcly. a part of thc
dwelliDR hou?e in which thc subscriber rtsides,
on papcrmill street, tosdber with a pnit ofthe gr
den and barn. The rooms will be snfficient lor a
small family. E. K. CROSS.MAN.
Aliddlcbury, May 22, 1841. 3;3w
BECKVVITH is now rccciving from
New York, a large and well selected
SPRING AND SUMMER
which ho ofiers for sale at priccs that eannot
fail to suit purchascrs.
oltddlcburj', JMay 25, 1841. 3;lf
fvllSSES POMD Sl WA1LFR
ia..: ?!? '?
Middlebury. May 24, 1341.
SESPECTFUl.LY infnrms ihe inhal.u
B . ? ? , , .
Bi ,an1'3 f M,"y, atul the counu
Pcnerally, that hc is now rccetv.ng from
tnnand f,ew .ork, a general asso.l-
mcnt of Forcign atul Dontcstiu
'suilablefor (hc scason, which Iic will sclhf
' rrilnrpfl n-irpc
ConstStiilg of HrOaiiclotllS CaSsilllPl'CS, Slll'
lino.tts, Vcstitigs, I'ronch. Londnii and
Amcrican prints. and Shoeliiis,
Caps, llnibrfllas, and almoil
cvcry aiticlc usntlly
kcpt iu Country
Crockcry and Harclwarr,
Bar Iron and Nails,
by wholcsalo or rctail.
Bools and Shous,
Old and Young IJyson,
and iiyson skin
which willbc found of asupciior quali .
Sugar, Molass.es, Sa!l,
and most articles inthc Groceiy K'io, al. ,
Middlebury, May 20th, J841. .;.w
HAVE read with much surprisc an ndvt-r
tisement in the Rcgistcr of Tm-Mlav la
sisncd by John M. Wcrks. of Salisbury. V i
I moiit,cautioiiiurr thc pubiic atrainst usin II all j
P.itentSelf-Prntccting Bee flive, claimi- g i' n
be an infringeinent ol" his patent for tlu; Vi
I mont Bcclliic Persons ut all ooquaintid V I n
tho cucuinstanccs in thc cac will rcndily i"
Uerstand tlie hcqut.1. 1 lie SL-ir-J rotcctin i.i
I as far as it is knowu, lakra the plnce ahno
lentirclv of the Vermont Hivc. If Mr. Wct i
had coniplfiitictl that his piusu was di.sturbni
instcad ofhis palcnt.iio ono would Invc dis, i
;tdliim. But why dors ho cnuii'uiii, at t..
4 late liour, of thu public at ull. He has sei
thc S. r.
(livc. and exnmiiii'tl it. nnd lio ki.n.i
?, "'''-''her any part of ii intcrfen-s witli.itiv or
, ina! claim of his. II it does. he has thu In w ( i
.niii.y "iiuif", io iiuvu i.i': vnuoiiv i niv
ti'iit tcsted nt anv timc lli.it Mr &.i
ihink propur. Umler thc cxistinz laa. u (
Itcnt can bograntcd that tlill iuiL-ili-ri w i o .
pviKtinrr nnfnnl- lltr nrlirh nnfcnlfif trniI 1
L , " fi -".-"'t r-. -
Icntirely new und promisc uscfuliicss. No
tcnt is "rautcd without much cxuiiiinuliun n.
N. IS. I takc llii-s opporttmity to inform t
public that I cvpcct lo dtft.-t.it ull rihls of u ,
patont that I or my ngcpts have sold or m .
W3I.M. II ALL
Walliii.yfurd, Ct. April 15, 1841.
At Reduccd Priccs!
HC subseriber still continucs thc niai
facture of wood typc, at Whirelial!, IV
Y., rcspcctfully infonns tho printers of tiie 1
-nitcd States and Canada, tliat ho is prcpnred
cut wood type of evcry size and style from f.i
lincs Pica up.
Printcrs wishing.founts ofany particular If
ter, can have them made tu onlcr withoul":w
additionil charge, by sending a pattcru l'.-tt-
The subscriber has made arrangcment s t
manufacture type solow, that it puts it in tl."
powcr of cvery Printer to furnish his offic
complete with wood type, ot half the usual pn
ces charged by other manufacturers.
Lountrv ncnspapers inscrtinsi the abovr- siv.
timcs and scndinfj a papcr to thc jubscriln i
shall reccive 83 in type,providing they buy o
tlic amount ot
JOHN G. GAY.
Wood engraTings execuled ncatlv aud c.xnc-
Whitchall, March 19, 1841.
FROM the ubscriocr, on tl:r
7th inst.. n twvearfeil
RED IlKIFEIt, whoc'ver i I
give nottcc whcro sho mav be
found, will bc rcwardcd.
Middlebury, ilJny 171841. 2;3w
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